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The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1860., [Electronic resource], Fatal affairs in
Fatal affairs in Georgia. --An altercation occurred on the 6th inst., at Dalton, Ga, between Jesse A. Glenn, a young attorney, and Dr. Moffit, which resulted in the death of the latter by a pistol shot in the hands of the former. The difficulty originated about which of the two gentlemen should vote a drunken floater. In Dahlonega, Ga., on the 4th instant, Gen. Riley, member of the Georgia Senate, from Lumpkin county, was fired upon by a man named Davis, while sitting at his own fireside, and mortally wounded.
Marriage --At Clover Lea, Hanover county, Va., on the 6th instant, Col. Lewis W. Washington, of Jefferson county, Va., to Ellam, daughter of George W. Bassett. In this marriage a singular coincidence occurs: the groom being the great-grandson of two brothers of Gen. Washington, and the bride the great-grand-daughter of the only sister of Gen. Washington, and also great-grand-daughter of the sister of Mrs. Gen. Washington.
The Daily Dispatch: November 12, 1860., [Electronic resource], Meeting of Southern Legislatures (search)
Daniel McPherson, residing near Fayetteville, N. C., committed suicide on the 6th inst., by cutting his throat. No fewer than fifteen Irish officers in the service of the Pope were taken prisoners at Ancona — and released. Frederick W. Brune, a retired and formerly extensive shipping merchant of Baltimore, died on the 7th inst. Nathan Dean, of Georgia, who was a soldier in 1776, and fought through the war, is now in his 110th year. The newly-elected Legislature of Illh the war, is now in his 110th year. The newly-elected Legislature of Illinois is Black Republican, securing Trumbull's reelection. Navigation is suspended on the Dismal Swamp Canal, at present, in consequence of a break. Dr. Geo. W. Pierson, of Biddeford, Me., committed suicide on the 6th inst., by taking strychnine. In the whole United States there are nearly six times as many journals as in Great Britain. Rev. Dr. Deems, of North Carolina, has returned from Europe.